Sunday, October 11, 2009

CII-EY Direct Tax Code session - YouTube links

1)      Three key causes of concern for foreign companies doing business in India (N. Madhan)

2)      How the Income-Tax Act was drafted (AJ Majumdar)

3)      With amendments over the years, the tax law has become a patchwork quilt (AJ Majumdar)

4)      Simplifications brought in by the Code (AJ Majumdar)

5)      Observations about anti-avoidance rules (AJ Majumdar)

6)      Overview of the implications of key amendments (Vidya Nagarajan)

7)      Gross assets as a basis (Vidya Nagarajan)

8)      Would LIC be liable to tax under GAT (Vidya Nagarajan)

9)      Ordinary vs Special in the new Code (Vidya Nagarajan)

10)  Implications for corporates (Vidya Nagarajan)

11)  What is a separate business (Vidya Nagarajan)

12)  Deemed WDV (Vidya Nagarajan)

13)  Tenets of economics cannot be wished away in the guise of simplifying tax regime (V. Ranganathan)

14)  Does the Code meet the demands of the industry (V. Ranganathan)

15)  Why call it a Code (V. Ranganathan)

16)  Role of Parliament should not be hijacked by widening the scope of subordinate legislation (V. Ranganathan)

17)  We need a due process of tax reform (V. Ranganathan)

18)  Shift to gross assets as a basis can be draconian (Vidya Nagarajan)

19)  Worrying change with implication for mall developers (Vidya Nagarajan)

20)  The Code has more aggression compared to the 1961 Act (AJ Majumdar)

21)  Should tax law be responsive to economic downturn (AJ Majumdar)

22)  Do we need an Indirect Tax Code, too (B. Sriram)

23)  GST expectations (B. Sriram)

24)  Opportunities for cost reduction from indirect tax perspective (B. Sriram)

25)  Examples of how FTAs can be leveraged (B. Sriram)

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